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Help Icarus Line Fund Future Activity
The Quietus , November 14th, 2011 09:30

Joe Cardamone's crew release a compilation of rarities and unreleased material to help fund future touring and recording

Earlier this year, we spoke in depth to The Icarus Line's Joe Cardamone about the difficulties of surviving as an underground musician in the internet era. Now his band have self-released a compilation of hard-to-find and unreleased songs to help fund the band's future touring and recording. Click here for more information and to buy the compilation.

It arrives after the band were forced to cancel a number of Scandinavian dates last month, after drummer Troy Petrey was unable to make the trip from the band's native LA to Europe.

The information accompanying the compilation on the band's site reads:

"This is just the tip of the iceberg so please don't file share this stuff if you want to see or hear more music from the band. We soon will be re releasing the past records with bonus material. This current collection of music will be in limited supply which means it will not be available after the new year. There will be no physical copies pressed. This is it. Get in while you can.... Enjoy all Loud!"

Click here to read Wyndham Wallace's in depth conversation with Joe Cardamone about his struggles with the music industry.

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